What/who are you listening too?

Discussion in 'Off Topic / Chit-Chat' started by Steve Smith, 15 Oct 2008.

  1. bazz

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    hi paul,
    being a lover of all things syd barrett, i've been reading quite a lot about nick drake and recently d/l'ed a documentary on him, a very sad story!
    later,
    bazz!
     
  2. Garuf

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    P.O.S's newest album is breath takingly good, if you like dark hip hop (none of that misogonist nonsense, closer to punk than anything).

    Hang the bastards album was fantastic too if you like sludgey riffs.
     
  3. paul.in.kendal

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    That's interesting, Bazz. I just got an authorised bootleg of early family recordings of Nick Drake. The sleeve notes (by his sister and childhood friends) suggests he was much less of the mysterious, isolated depressive than has been claimed by others since his death. Still sad, I suppose, but lots of people suffer from clinical depression. Incredible music, though.
     
  4. Dave Spencer

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    I saw Natasha Khan when Bats for Lashes were supporting Radiohead. She does have a great voice, but I thought their performance was a bit ordinary. Radiohead were a different matter.

    At the moment, I am mostly listening to The Clash....not that I ever stopped. Jimi Hendrix and Talking Heads are on my current list, too.

    Oh, and Elbow, by the way.

    Dave.
     
  5. fourmations

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    my thoughts exactly, saw her warm up for r'head too

    rgds

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  6. paul.in.kendal

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    Aah! Just got 'London Calling' on CD myself - my original vinyl copy disappeared years ago. Impressed with how well it's worn.
     
  7. plantbrain

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    Nag nag nag. Oh, she just stopped..........whew.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  8. mr. luke

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    Subfocus :geek:
     
  9. JamesM

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    :lol: :thumbup:

    I've got 'can I have a bit more chocolate' of repeat atm. Must be broke too, because it just will not stop :crazy:
     
  10. AdAndrews

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    Ive been listening to "Shaddap You Face" - Joe Dolce, lately, cant get the song out of my head :crazy:
     
  11. Nelson

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    thats got to be older than you :lol: .stopped ultravox getting to no1 with vienna :(
    am i that old :wideyed: .
     
  12. AdAndrews

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    yea, lol, :lol: the Jose Mourinho version of it is funny.
     
  13. Gill

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  14. Garuf

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    subfocus are now on entershikari's record label. One of my friends here in leeds goes by the name of cvlt and he's good friends with a lot of the bouncier DandB djs. The scene's pretty strong at the moment, Trolly snatcher are good live so's rusko and capser et al.

    None of them have a thing on Rise and Fall or Shipwrecked A D though. :twisted:
     
  15. Steve Smith

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    Have been listening to a track by Massive Attack, from their new album "Heligoland". Not to bothered about most of the album, but one track called "Paradise Circus" is great :) Has a bit of a sleazy feel to it.
     
  16. Gill

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  17. Mr T

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    Kerrang! Radio via freeview (channel 722), hooked up to 2 Yamaha amps running to Mission m34i floorstanders and 2 Wharfdale 100W subs Why would you listen to anything else? (yes I'm detached!)

    Tesco
     
  18. Paulus

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    New Jimi Hendrix album :)

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    Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune

    1. Stone Free (3:47)
    2. Valleys of Neptune (4:04)
    3. Bleeding Heart (6:23)
    4. Hear My Train a Comin' (7:32)
    5. Mr. Bad Luck (2:58)
    6. Sunshine of Your Love (6:47)
    7. Lover Man (4:18)
    8. Ships Passing Through the Night (5:52)
    9. Fire (3:12)
    10. Red House (8:23)
    11. Lullaby for the Summer (3:49)
    12. Crying Blue Rain (4:57)
     
  19. Kosh42-EFG

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    Five Finger Death Punch - Way Of The Fist
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    I like my rock heavy ;)
     
  20. johnny70

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